University Of Hartford Student's Lawyer Denies Racial Motivation In Bodily Fluid CaseAfter a brief appearance before a judge today, a defense attorney said there was no racial motivation behind the actions of a former University of Hartford student accused of smearing her bodily fluids on her roommate's belongings.
NAACP Calls For Hate Crime Charges In College Roommate Harassment CaseThe Connecticut NAACP wants a felony hate crime charge immediately filed against a white former college student accused of smearing body fluids on her black roommate's belongings.
Hundreds March, Rally For Former InmatesThe "Nothing About Us Without Us March For Justice" drew hundreds of people to downtown Hartford Wednesday evening.
Lawyer's Death Ruled Suicide, Not HomicideA Connecticut prosecutor has ruled that the death of an attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car in 2014 was not a homicide as his family believes and has closed the criminal investigation.
State NAACP, State Police Meet On DiversityLeaders of the Connecticut NAACP have been meeting quietly with state police officials over the past several months to voice their concerns about what they call a lack of diversity among troopers.
Quinnipiac University Disciplines Student For Racist PhotoQuinnipiac University officials say they have disciplined an unidentified student after an offensive Snapchat photograph of the woman went viral on social media.
Governor Continues Push For Passage Of Second Chance Society 2.0Governor Malloy says without passage the state budget will take a 15 million dollar hit
NAACP Seeking Information About I-95 Taser Crash DeathThe state NAACP is seeking information about the death of a man who died after being involved in a crash on I-95 in West Haven earlier this week.
NAACP: Police, Community Talks Can Ease TensionsNAACP Chairman Roslyn Brock says law enforcement and African-American communities need to come together to talk about their concerns to help ease tensions, but lawmakers must also address aggressive policing nationwide.
Connecticut NAACP, Police To Discuss Lawyer's DeathConnecticut NAACP officials say they will be meeting with police as they conduct their own investigation into the death of a 35-year-old black attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car near his home in Redding last year.
CT NAACP Investigating Death Of LawyerConnecticut NAACP officials are launching their own probe into the death of a 35-year-old black attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car last year.
State Prosecutor Wants Outside Investigator For Police Shootings Connecticut's top prosecutor, Kevin Kane, plans to tell state lawmakers steps have been taken to ensure that fatal shootings by police are investigated by potentially impartial prosecutors.